The network’s key outputs include annual reports on migration and asylum, thematic studies, Informs on issues of immediate priority, ad-hoc queries, and the EMN Asylum and Migration Glossary.
All publications from 2017 onwards are available on our website. To request older publications, please contact us at email@example.com. Studies and reports are sometimes also published in print. The publications are also available on the network’s international website(siirryt toiseen palveluun).
The following Report presents a comparative overview of the main findings of the EMN Study on Illegal Employment of Third-Country Nationals (TCNs) in the EU based on National Reports from twenty-three Member States. The aim of this Study is to map and analyse the measures in place at Member States level to fight the illegal employment of TCNs, possible problematic areas and obstacles in this field and strategies and good practices to overcome them.
The following Report presents a comparative overview of the main findings of
the 2016 EMN Study on Family Reunification of Third-Country Nationals (TCNs) in the EU plus Norway. The Study aims to compare national policies and/or practices on family reunification between the different EU Member States plus Norway, and to provide up-to-date information on the latest developments in this area of legal migration to Europe since 2011 onwards.
This report gives an overview of the developments in immigration and asylum policy that have taken place in Finland in 2017. The report goes through developments in legislation, policy and practice. The report also contains a wide array of immigration statistics. This publication contains both the English and Finnish version.
The return of illegally-staying third-country nationals is one of the main pillars of the EU’s policy on migration and asylum. However, recent Eurostat data show that return rates at EU level have not improved despite the important increase in the number of rejected asylum applications and in the number of return decisions issued since 2014. The EMN conducted this study with the purpose of investigating good practices and challenges in Member States’ application of EU rules on return and equivalent standards.
The Finnish National Contact Point of the European Migration Network (EMN) has compiled this statistical review from the statistics of the Finnish Immigration Service, Police and Finnish Border Guard as well as the International Organization for Migration (IOM). In addition, the EMN has produced the annual report on migration,
which covers all aspects of migration and asylum in Finland in 2017. The report offers advanced information on phenomena, which this statistical review discusses in the light of figures.
All publicly available Ad Hoc Queries can be found on the international website of the European Migration Network.
This study focusses on illegal employment of third-country nationals (TCNs) in Finland. The concept of illegal employment of third-country nationals covers both the employment of irregularly staying migrants, meaning a TCN who does not fulfil, or no longer fulfils, the conditions of entry, and the employment of legally staying migrants who do not have the right to work in Finland or are working outside the conditions of their permit.
A statistical annex published alongside the EMN annual report, containing a wide range of national and Eurostat statistics
on migration and asylum.
Annual reports on migration and asylum outline the most significant political and legislative
developments and debates in the EMN Member States and at EU-level in the year.
The reports provide a unique overview of migration and asylum-related developments.